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Article - Labor and Employment




§11–305.

    (a)    An employer shall provide written notice at least 60 days before initiating a reduction in operations to:

        (1)    all employees at the workplace that is subject to the reduction in operations;

        (2)    each exclusive representative or bargaining agency that represents employees at the workplace that is subject to the reduction in operations;

        (3)    individuals who work less than 20 hours on average each week or have worked for the employer for less than 6 months in the immediately preceding 12 months at the workplace that is subject to the reduction in operations;

        (4)    the Division’s dislocated worker unit; and

        (5)    all elected officials in the jurisdiction where the workplace that is subject to the reduction in operations is located.

    (b)    The notice required under subsection (a) of this section shall include:

        (1)    the name and address of the workplace where the reduction of operations is expected to occur;

        (2)    the name, telephone number, and e–mail address of a workplace supervisory employee as a contact for seeking further information;

        (3)    a statement that explains whether the reduction in operations is expected to be permanent or temporary and whether the workplace is expected to shut down; and

        (4)    the expected date when the reduction in operations will begin.



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